THREE MOVES TO GET UP AND GO

three moves


Athletes and former athletes know all too well how stiff one can get from a night’s sleep or simply sitting in one place for an extended time. We stand up and it may take some time for our balance to be restored and our joints to accompany our intention to move.

Next time you need a quick movement break or a movement reset, give these three a try. Remember do not perform any movements that you know to cause pain and stop if you feel pain. Simply click on the links below to learn how to quickly perform these drills. We suggest three rounds of about 15-30 seconds of each drill. This should take no longer than 5 minutes, more if you feel or less as necessary.

Sumo Squat: A wide stance squat movement performed in a symmetrical stance with both feet down.
Click here to see a demonstration of this move.

Reverse Lunge with Side Bend: A moving lunge designed to explore the split leg pattern with upper body involvement. We walk and run in a reciprocal pattern and that is the intention of this movement drill.
Click here to see a demonstration of this move.

Hand Walks: This drill will awaken the hamstrings and calves while simultaneously exploring torso stability.
Click here to see a demonstration of this move.

Please click the links to view the instructions and video to be sure you are safe in performing this movement.

These drills and others can be found on www.coreperformance.com.

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